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"When in Rome, do as the Romans do": You may have heard this often without paying attention to this expression. In this age of...
© Musée Carnavalet / Roger-Viollet

The medical and therapeutic qualities of ‘exotic’ beverages were extolled in the 17th century when they were first introduced in Europe. Tea, coffee and...

When I think of France, I think of food. One trip to Paris and you’ll understand why. But learn the words you’ll need. The service...

As the Spring-time draws to a close and the mild temps draw us outside to enjoy the breeze and blue skies, our thoughts drift...

Au restaurant—part 4 Here are some tips and a few common expressions to help you communicate when going to a restaurant in France. This is...

Au restaurant—part 3 Here are some tips and a few common expressions to help you communicate when going to a restaurant in France. This is...

Au restaurant—part 2 Here are some tips and a few common expressions to help you communicate when going to a restaurant in France. This is...

Book Review Balzac's Omelette: A Delicious Tour of French Food and Culture with Honoré de Balzac Published October 2011; Hardcover, 256 pages Publisher: Other Press Language: English By Anne McCarthy It...

Mocha interior of Jacques Genin chocolate boutique. Photo by Jacqui Guglielmino A Visit with Jacques Genin, Master Chocolatier in Le Marais by Jacqui Guglielmino At one end of...

In Paris, where culture and style is a way of life, it’s only fitting that among its smorgasbord of museums, one can find galleries...

Angelina: Le chocolat chaud à l'ancienne l'Africain Paris is a haven for chocolate lovers. Considering the eye candy at every corner of this lovely city,...

Le Banke Hotel, Paris 9th Hôtel Le Banke launched in 2009, a magnificent “Eiffel style” Belle Epoque building that formerly housed the CCF bank....